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Our goal is to create a positive,encouraging community of writers in-person and online, with individuals who enjoy and engage in their craft, as well as are able to pursue and maintain their aspirations for profiting from their written and spoken words.

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  • Wine & Write
  • Jot & Java
  • The Creative Side of Business Writing
  • ​Block Breakers (Series)
  • Writing in Nature
  • ​Quick Tips (Series)
  • Roller Coaster Stories
  • Book Design
  • Power Words
  • ​Onlines Classes
  • Classes on Demand

Brand Your Bestseller training includes: Top 10 Reasons WHY You Need a Book Today, Different Publishing Approaches Pros & Cons, Your Three Most Valuable Pieces of Marketing Collateral (including:  two Sell Sheet Templates and Content Creation,

and two Press Release Templates and Content Creation), Recurring Revenue Success Training (including: ​Know Your Stats, Identify Your Market, Beyond the Bookstore, Seasons and Categories, Ten Tips to #1, and Titles and Testimonials), Buy-a-Thon Training (including: Touchpoint Types, Touchpoint Platforms, Touchpoint Calendar, Same-Day Sales Drive, and Follow-Up for Loyalty & Gratitude), Pulling Your Presentation Content from Your Book (plus discounted Program Creation offerings), and Next Steps ​Resource Recommendations and Listings, including Re-launch, Re-release, and Promo approaches. 

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Advanced Marketing Strategies

Part of Waukesha County Technical College's (WCTC) new Small Business Certificate, Advanced Marketing Strategies takes a look at some of the unique ways to buid your brand, your company, and your recurring revenue. Few things can accomplish all three of those goals, but WRITING A BOOK...can. Reji Laberje joins  owner of The Author Lab, Paige Engle, as guest presenters discussing the why and how of successful book writing, marketing and distributing. Other weeks of this three-credit college course include: video marketing, public speaking,  media engagement, public relations, inbound marketing, customer relations management, and lead conversion. 

Miss the Winter Course?

Next Offering Coming Soon!

Join Bestselling Author, communications professional, and lifelong yoga instructor, Amy Oaks, as she walks you through writing that is valuable for breaking down blocks, recovering through journaling, and reflecting with learning. This workshop is a non-judgmental, non-overwhelming approach to writing and journaling in order to help you connect to past and present events, emotions, and endeavors with words. Learn how to put feelings into words, and words onto paper. Get past perfection paralysis, and be messy with your writing using stream of consciousness writing, and even doodling to get you un-stuck. No writing experience is necessary; this class is ideal for beginning journalers, therapists,  and those in recovery. Soon to be available online, no current Therapeutic Writing sessions are scheduled, but Amy is happy to bring it to YOUR organization on-demand. Email:

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Our signature workshop is taught by Founder, Reji Laberje, 7-Time Bestselling Author and the Owner and Creative Director of Reji Laberje Writing and Publishing. This 30-day plan walks you through four sets of lessons including: Idea and Detail, Buk and Believe, Style and Sequence, and Transition and Take-Apart teachings. With 30-minute daily homework, and a 3-hour block once per week, you can change your DREAM of finishing a book into a REALITY. Taught at UW-Waukesha and now avaiable at class, community and club levels sponsored by the Women's Financial Wellness Center (WFWC). Coming soon online, as well! Stay Tuned!

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Therapeutic Writing

Theatrical Writing Overview

Brand Your Bestseller


Theater is, for adults, what picture books are for children. The illustrations are the actors and actresses, filling in the visual pieces needed to tell the full story to the audience. Monologues, dialogues, and scenes each have their place on the ride, providing the hop onto the ride, the climb, the peak, the resolution, and the drift. Some plays have different twists, turns, and loops, but the fundamentals of getting buy-in from your audience, having a peak, and bringing your audience to a satisfying ending are all relevant. As a playwright, you get to become the architect of your own rollercoaster. THIS is the playwright’s rollercoaster experience. Theatrical Writing Overview, taught by Baltimore Playwright's Festival alum and lifelong theater afficionado, Reji Laberje, a 7-Time Bestselling Author, is currently sponsored by the Waukesha Civic Theater and will soon be available online.

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More to come . . . STAY TUNED!